Best Family Friendly Hotels In Cancun
Cancun is an all-inclusive paradise but, did you know it is also a great destination for family-friendly fun? Here is our list of the best family friendly hotels in Cancun.
This luxury all-inclusive resort offers more than 2,000 accommodations spread across two resort areas. Over-the-top amenities are included for everyone, families and couples alike. These amenities include a state-of-the-art Playroom for kids, a lounge designed just for Teens; an endless variety of gourmet dining options and bars, and a FlowRider® Double Wave Simulator. With the Mayan Riviera as its backdrop, the Moon Palace Hotel also holds the title for being the largest Palace hotel in the world.
Enjoying its prime location on the Nichupte Lagoon beach that is only a 15-minute drive from the airport, many people make Iberostar Selection Cancun their all-inclusive go-to. Toddlers and tweens can enjoy the Star Camp activity program, whereas older members can make use of the tennis courts, fitness room, beauty salon, or go scuba diving via the resort’s certified scuba center. One of the best parts of this resort is its huge pool and splash pad.
Supposed to provide the best value out of all the Cancun resorts for kids, the upscale Panama Jack Resort (Cancun) may be a great choice for your family vacation. Older guests are entertained with activities such as tequila volleyball but, it also caters to its younger guests with its two pools, a splash park (Camp Jack) complete with a pirate ship and slides, and evening entertainment such as movie showings, live music, and magic shows. The resort even has a special club, #Hashtag, just for tweens and teens to socialize, chill together and bond over activities such as Wii competitions.
Dating back to the 1990s, the Crown Paradise Club Cancun is one of the more budget-friendly locations within the area. With 617 guest rooms, this all-inclusive resort boasts many pools, a gym, spa, and bars that are open 24/7. The hotel keeps all its guests well entertained, whether it’s infants at the baby club, the kids-only water park, the teen club, or the adult-only spaces for couples.
This 300 room, the upper-middle-class option has a host of features with the most noteworthy being the resort’s kids club where the young ones follow colorful footsteps up a flight of stairs to reach an animal-themed water park that has the whole package — slides, fountains, and adventure rides. For the little ones’s not fond of water the resort has an indoor activity center for kids who are below the age of 12.